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Sound off for July 26
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Here are some of the issues area residents are discussing. The statements were phoned in anonymously, so the Courier does not know if they are true, nor do we know what motivated the callers:


With the cut in the budget and so on, and money being restricted, taxes are going to go up on everyone, why are we still having middle school athletic programs? That would fund probably another teacher or something.

Listen people, it is not appropriate to be in a restaurant and start discussing your son’s trip to the ER or any other medical condition. The final straw was the two couples next to us, with children present, discussing natural childbirth.

 Hinesville mayor and city council are tax and spend, tax in Hinesville and spend in Glynn County. So, so sad.

How can the brass on post travel to Washington to receive an award for excellence when you look further down the front page and see a story about deplorable housing conditions?

 I can’t believe the Courier would stoop so low as to print something before getting all the facts. These people are not forced into staying in these homes. They are given the opportunity to view the homes and decide if they want to stay there.

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